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Spoofy look at the motion-picture production process, made to encourage discussion among filmmakers.
This movie is part of the collection: Prelinger Archives
Producer: Calvin Company
Sponsor: Calvin Workshop
Audio/Visual: Sd, C
Keywords: Motion pictures: Production; Animals: Chimpanzees; Communication: Typewriters
Creative Commons license: Public Domain
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Subject: I nobody is going to say it, I will
Didn't these guys work for Ed Wood earlier in their carreers ?
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Subject: Hooray for chimps!
Not terribly amusing look at film making that gets a boost from an adorable cast of chimps and some great old office furniture.
Karma Hawk -
This film could have easily gotten a 4 or even a five from me, the premise was thier (a bunch of monkeys working in the film industry) but it's brought down by one main factor: thier are large gaps of time between the different scenes.This is unacceptable, and I'm surprised know one at the studio where this was produced did anything about it. Still you can't go wrong with monkys it's an intresting premise but not very well executed.
Christine Hennig -
Subject: So That Explains A*P*E!
This film, made by an industrial film company, would have us believe that all of the technical jobs in film production, as well as writing and directing, are done by chimps. On second thought, that explains a lot of the dreck Hollywood has foisted on us over the years. Monsters Crash the Pajama Party was only able to hint at this scandal, but as usual, ephemeral films tell us what is really going on.
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: *****. Weirdness: *****. Historical Interest: *****. Overall Rating: *****.
Subject: First honest look inside film production!
To paraphrase Keitel in, "Mean Streets," "He knew. Calvin had it down." Yes, a very honest and refreshing look at the industry I used to work in.
Subject: Spuzz's review is cool!
As written below:
"a silly and humorous look at the film-making industry with a cast of monkeys. Not really meant to be taken seriously"
Subject: Very Cute!
This is a silly and humorous look at the film-making industry with a cast of monkeys. Not really meant to be taken seriously, this is a interesting look into 70's filmmaking.